Five benefits of fibreglass dock-level storage systemsNovember 21, 2014 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Flexibility is a must in today’s ever-changing industrial environment. When a company needs to expand, but doesn’t have the space in its facility, fibreglass storage systems may be the answer.
Below are five reasons to consider this option:
1. Reduce product loss
Fibreglass panels are resistant to insects, rodents and pests. Unique panels reflect heat, maintaining a lower interior temperature and reducing possible heat damage to the product stored in the enclosure. Either insulated or un-insulated panels are available.
2. Reduce relocation costs
A modular design allows the unit to be expanded as needs grow. If required, the entire building can be easily relocated to a new site.
3. Reduce depreciation costs
Fibreglass will not rust, rot or mildew, and is virtually maintenance free. These features help to extend the product’s life, and a longer lifespan means the capital expense of the building can be amortized over a longer period of time.
4. Reduce site costs
Adjustable jack stands allow the unit to be set on existing grades with minimal site disruption.
5. Increase handling and efficiency
Door heights and heights of the building are flexible and can be built to suit a company’s needs.
Mississauga, Ont.-based Excess Space Solutions Inc. (ESS) is a full-service manufacturer and distributor of space solution products, including fibreglass dock-level storage systems. Contact the company for more information on its solutions.